Community Safety Sample Clauses

Community Safety. Resident SHOULD NOT hold any Building door open for unknown persons. Any individual allowed access to the Building or Premises by a contracted Resident shall be considered a Guest of said Resident, in which case the Resident allowing access would then be held accountable for the Guest’s actions in accordance with the Guest policy outlined above and within the Edgewood Commons Resident Code of Conduct. A Resident should ask to see any strangers credentials if they are unknown before allowing admission to Building or Premises. Resident should instruct solicitors to leave the Building and to contact Management if they do not comply with the request.
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Community Safety. Emergency Section 4.22 Call Probation immediately upon knowledge of incident, then notify by email. Exhaust call list until live contact is made. New Law Violation Xxxxxxx 0.00, Xxxxxxx 0.00 (XXX) Call Probation immediately upon knowledge of incident, then notify by email. Exhaust call list until live contact is made. Technical Violation Section 4.20 Failure to appear for counseling session or drug treatment, violating no drugs or alcohol requirement. Notify Probation by email by end of day or by 9:00 a.m. the following day. Court Ordered Section 4.19, Section 4.20 Failure to appear in court, violation of protective orders for person or location, associating with individuals not approved by Probation. Call Probation immediately upon knowledge of incident, then notify by email. Exhaust call list until live contact is made. Payment for Loss or Section 4.20 Damage to Equipment 10 day grace period; if it exceeds grace period, notify Probation by email by end of day. Office Appointments Section 4.20 Require at least one (1) meeting every two (2) weeks. Fail to Appear at Sections 4.18 and 4.20 Appointment (FTA) If no contact, notify Probation by email by end of day. Investigate reasons for failure to appear. If required to submit to urinalysis test, failure to appear is additionally considered “FTT”. If pattern of failure to appear or appearing late and requiring rescheduling persists, notify Probation by email by end of day. Work, Medical, Section 4.19 Counseling, Treatment Permanent or temporary schedule is submitted by Probation to Case Manager with specified Schedules guidelines. Case Manager may alter schedule within guidelines. Special requests submitted through Case Manager shall be referred to Probation.
Community Safety. 7.1 You are responsible for the behaviour of every person (including children) living in or visiting your home. You are responsible for them:
Community Safety. The responsible authorities have a statutory duty to work together to;  Reduce reoffending  Tackle crime and disorder  Tackle alcohol and substance misuse  Tackle any other behaviour which has a negative effect on the local environment The Board are responsible for the strategic assessment of the above areas and the development of local strategies to address issues.
Community Safety. The Council and wider Community Safety Partnership are committed to improving community safety outcomes for all those living in and visiting the City Centre through a coordinated approach to tackling Anti-Social Behaviour including street based harassment and crime. This is achieved through the use of the available legislation such as Public Spaces Protection Orders, Community Protection Notices and Criminal Behaviour Orders.
Community Safety. If you ever experience harassment, bullying, or any other inappropriate behavior or safety concern, you can always report it to us at If you engage in any such activity on the Application, the Company may at its sole discretion warn you, prohibit you from accessing certain features of the app, or ban you from the Application, or take any other action it deems appropriate.
Community Safety. Our area has a lower crime rate than other parts of Scotland with only 642 crimes recorded per 10,000 population in 2007/08 compared to a Scottish figure of 749 and the rate fell by 4% compared to the previous year. Almost all types of crime are below the Scotland average, for example, the rate of domestic housebreaking was 28 per 10,000 households compared to 34 per 10,000 households in Scotland as a whole. The clear up rate for crimes is well above the Scottish average, with 57% of all crimes being cleared up, compared to only 48% of all Scottish crimes solved. Vandalism was one of the most frequently reported crimes but numbers are falling, from 3,118 incidents in 2006/07 to 2,772 in 2007/08. More people in our area are satisfied with what local agencies are doing to tackle anti-social behaviour (45%) than in Scotland as a whole (39%). Fear of crime is often higher than actual crime. While this can sometimes be a reflection of national issues rather than local problems, we understand the impact it has on individuals and communities. In 2008, 89% of residents in the Falkirk area said that they feel very or fairly safe in their local area during the day although this dropped to 51% at night. Both these figures represent an improvement compared to the survey carried out two years previously. Along with the rest of Great Britain, road accident and casualty numbers have been decreasing since the latter peaked in 1966. In the Falkirk Council area, an average of 105 road users were seriously injured or killed per year in the period 1994-1998. By the period 2003-2007, however, the average had fallen by 30% to 73 per year. The rate of accidental dwelling fires per 10,000 population in our area is consistently below the Scottish average. In 2007/08 the rate in our area was 5.68 compared to over 7.5 in 2006/07. In addition the rate of wilful fires and hoax 999 calls are reducing. We have worked closely with young people in our area to understand the impact of fire raising and have a number of thriving youth intervention programmes.
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Community Safety. Ensuring the safety and well being of the City's residents and visitors is a key priority for the Council. This involves tackling crime and antisocial behaviour as well as reducing the fear of crime. The Edinburgh Community Safety Partnership (ECSP) is one of the key Community Planning partnerships that has been set up to ensure a co-ordinated approach to this is taken across the City. A recent strategic assessment of the community safety carried out by ECSP issues confirmed that the night-time economy of Edinburgh brings major challenges including violence, crime and antisocial behaviour. The City also faces challenges with regards to alcohol issues and the impact that this has on levels of antisocial behaviour. The number of antisocial behaviour complaints received by the Council has slightly decreased over the last three years from 5231 in 2005/06 to 4511 in 2007/08. The number of noise complaints has remained stable at approximately 9000 per annum. The percentage of residents that perceive antisocial behaviour as a problem has decreased slightly from 30% to 28% in the last annual survey. Xxxxxx partnership working arrangements have been put in place including co-located Council and Police teams, to tackle a wide range of community safety issues and to increase public reassurance. The council's Environmental Wardens are just one of the groups of staff within the Council that work in partnership with the Police and they currently undertake 7600 enforcement actions each year. A number of other initiatives have been introduced including a comprehensive test purchasing programme to reduce the impact of illegal age-related sales linked to alcohol, tobacco and fireworks. It is anticipated that this will have a positive impact on incidences of antisocial behaviour.
Community Safety. It is our aim to make Xxxxx a great place to live in, work or visit. We want our residents to be safe, in a clean, green and well cared for environment. Our residents will appreciate where they live and enjoy what Xxxxx has to offer. The quality of the local environment has a significant influence on the quality of residents lives and we believe that all our communities should benefit from safe, well-designed streets and open spaces maintained to a high standard. However too many people in Xxxxx still view our streets as unsafe places to be with reducing crime levels still rated as the most important overall priority for our residents. While Xxxxx has traditionally been perceived as a high crime area, the past four years has seen a 15% reduction in overall crime in the borough and in comparison with similar areas, Xxxxx performs well in terms of sanctioned detection rates. Concern about anti-social behaviour and environmental crime is particularly acute in our more deprived neighbourhoods. Although actual crime is falling, the fear of crime remains a blight on many peoples lives and we want to improve peoples confidence in using Brent’s public spaces through high visibility policing and reassurance measures. We are proposing the following crime related improvement priorities for inclusion in our LAA.
Community Safety. Improve delivery of CCTV, increase investment in the Community Safety Team, and to continue to press for greater policing resources in the City. • Explore the potential to increase public toilet provision around Southend, including along Eastern Esplanade and the Sea Front.
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